How may I learn more about the application process?
Register for an IITG Webinar:
- Registration Information for Orientation and Q&A sessions contain phone and web connection details (pre-registration helps with planning, but is not required)
- IITG Orientation/Program Overview: Friday, January 17th (Noon-1)
- Q&A session: Tuesday, February 6th (Noon-1)
All grant proposals must be submitted electronically no later than 11:59PM, February 23 2020.
Yes, you must certify in the application (or upload a letter of support) that your campus executive leadership is aware of, and supports this proposal – particularly when matching or in-kind funds are involved.
No, but a statement example would be, “John Q. Public, (president, vice president, CIO, dean) has reviewed this proposal and endorses it as submitted, as well as agreeing to abide by the campus commitments specified in the proposal.”
Not when submitting a grant, though your chair may wish to provide a letter of support. It is assumed that the PI (and any co-PI’s) will consult with any department(s) that may be called upon to support the proposal, including any technology support commitments. Please do not circumvent any step of your internal consultation process in order to ensure a timely contract process should you receive funding. It is anticipated that the final award contract will require signatures from the PI, department chair (or dean), the department or campus financial officer affiliated with the account, and Chief Academic Officer (or designee, -president, vice -president, CIO, -dean).
There is no set number.
No, only one team member should submit the proposal. It is recommended that you print out the question guide and collaborate in advance, then “cut & paste” your agreed-upon responses into the online application.
You can save your application in “draft” form until it is ready for final submission. Be sure your application is complete before final submission.
Yes, but we recommend that you download the application form, then “cut & paste” content from a word document into the system in order to maintain a local copy to ensure against any unanticipated technology failures. Your file is stored in draft form online until you submit it.